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original title: One Piece Film Z
duration: 1h 48min
keywords: twelfthpart, basedonmanga, volcanoeruption, fighttothedeath, train, vine, cherryblossom, ocean, volcanicisland, explosion, volcano, supervillain, henchman, navalofficer, ice, marine, sequel, slingshot
- First while Z is a good villain. But you can tell that the ending will definitely a battle between him and Luffy so that all previous battles will end in his favor or his escape. This takes out a lot of tension and could be solved by some better sidekicks for Z.
- Second is the navy seriously trying to catch him? After the first attack to come together and all say how dangerous he's and that he must be stopped. But they don't send any serious force after him. At the second island only one squad of the force send to stop is trying to do that while the rest is drinking in a bar and they couldn't even spare a vice-admiral for it only two captains and some regular grunts. Later the entire force of the marines with at least 5 vice admirals and 1 admiral arrives as the fighting virtually over, is this really the response to fight an ex admiral with a huge fleet who has gone crazy. And why did Z need this fleet at all? it seems like he and his two side kicks did everything and could have done it with one ship.
- Third, it seems like Z was never seriously considering to destroy the third endpoint as he could have done that when he arrived but he choose to wait for luffy and then after a rather inconclusive fight simply gives up and fights the navy to death.
- Fourth, it was off course completely nonsense for anyone who doesn't know one piece at least well. Virtually none of the regular characters are introduced both for the strawhats and the navy. If you don't know what haki is, you can only guess why peoples fists turn black. Only the devil fruits are touched upon very briefly. Why you can't expected to explain the entire lore, this rather narrows the audience in my
But I still liked it. If something is popular enough, you'll inevitably find a movie version or spin off of it. More often than not, it's because some executive is trying to make a quick buck by using the name value to bring people in to see whatever movie they're selling. While every now and then you'll find a diamond in the rough or a true gem, most of the time the movies feel forced, rushed, or unfaithful to the original material and the quality tends to suffer as a consequence. If a manga is popular enough, you can almost be sure there'll be an animated or live action movie of it. Or two. Or three